Furigana is not part of the "real" or "pure" writing system of the Japanese language. They are there only to assist the reader when the reading of a particular sequence of kanji seems to be difficult or idiosyncratic. It is something like a margin note added by a writer for particular words. They are outstanding and are helpful if they are done to a few well selected words. If there were margin notes for every single word in the text, or if every single line on a page is marked by a fluorescent color marker, it is not helpful at all. It is simply annoying, and distracts the reader.
By observing all the edits made by glacier, I am feeling that glacier is making a big mistake. I saw glacier's edits that add furigana, and it looks like furigana is added to every single sequence of kanjis. If you are trying to do this, then you should stop. If every single kanji were to have a furigana, then what is the purpose of writing in kanji at all? Are you trying to change the Japanese writing system so that everything will be expressed in hiragana? Is kanji just a secondary decoration that is attached under a furigana? Japanese does not work that way.
Edits that improve the writings are welcome. For example, in a question asking why 様 is pronounced ざま, the pronounciation may be idiocyncratic to people who do not know this usage, and is the point of question, so furigana may help. But just putting furigana on every single kanji is not at all helpful, and can be considered as messing up the question/answer.